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in the broadcast, can the warriors keep it rolling in sacramento and if you missed it from yesterday, talk about an inspirational mome . >>> every single vote counts and that includes those u.s. citizens who may not be on the planet. astronauts will get a chance to cast their vote. mission control in houston e- mail as digital version of the ballot to the astronauts, and they send it back down. the system is possible thanks to a bill that passed in texas in 1997. >>> a committee of san francisco's board of supervisors approved a ban on public nudity today. they voted 3-0 to send that ordinance to the pull board for a vote. legislation would prohibit it from the waste down in public around the city. it is allowed in san francisco currently as long as there is not lewd conduct associated with it. >>> it was warm out there to [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. heading into the holidays you look for the best deals. that's why we give you real big club card deals each week. right now, get a super low price on tide, $10.99 f
of those credible tools that while people are disenfranchised in what is going on in sacramento with the lack of transparency, we can have a much more service-oriented government that reengages people. >> so speaking of service orientation, what do you think that the government should do? and where should the government step aside? >> in terms of... >> what do you think is the role of government? it is a very general question. >> so, the role of government is to provide basic services that the private sector would just not provide. i mean, education, i mean, it is infrastructure, that means social services that means, giving people basic tools that they might not otherwise have. so really giving people in my mind an opportunity to succeed. and when the private sector, which can fall short in many areas are not providing, you know, basic services like food, or housing, or that is the role of government to step in. and we have to, we have to restore faith in our system of government. because if people do not believe that the government will spend money well, than it will not impro
of the big questions being asked in sacramento, as democrats sweep, looks like a supermajority in both houses of the legislature, plus the governor. >> we have a lot to break down when it comes to the elections last week. we are also going to be talking with the chairman of the california republican party about the demise of the party here in california. it hit a new milestone last week with a record low number of registered republicans in california. >> and we'll sit down with state senator mark leno and ask him what's the future of prop 13, now the democrats are in control? might get interesting in a minute. >>> we have lots to talk about, but it is a chilly morning around here. even colder than what we saw yesterday morning at this time, parts of the bay area under a frost advisory right now. brian hackney joining us live with what we can expect. i'm hoping a warmup. >> yeah, good morning, anne. thanks for coming by channel 5 this morning. veterans day, a fairly coolish day, but plenty of sunshine. a few clouds out there popping around. aside from that, it is going to be nice, if brisk. th
. >> voters just can't afford to bailout sacramento any more. haven't seen any reforms that would give them confidence that sending money to sacramento would help. it's going to be up to jerry brown to do his best to reduce the size of government in sacramento. i'm not too optimistic for him doing that. >> the fear if prop 30 doesn't pass, threatened $6 billion in school cuts. >> doesn't matter whether your kids go to public school or private school. we need people educated to do the job. >> another interesting note on that field poll. shows a lot of voter's opinions are tied with their opinions on governor brown. we'll see how that goes. live in san francisco , cbs 5. >> thank you. >> with the tough economy, everyone is struggling to make ends meet. for many americans it's costing them their homes. what if there's a solution? kate with the free advice that could save you money and maybe even your home. >> just having the stability of something familiar you've had all your life. it's worthwhile. >> if you lose that you've lost a piece of your life. >> was in seen i couldn't say danger of lo
mary's college. to his next year in office.t we can expect from jerry brn in sacramento. . >>> big ballot wins for the governor of california. we will look to his next year in office. what we can expect from jerry brown in sacramento. >> we are starting out cloudy, will end sunny and lots of details ahead on how things will be changing this week, and the changes are big time. so, please, we beg you, stay tuned. ♪me and you... ghirardelli squares chocolate... ♪a little rendezvous savor our luscious filling combined with our slow melting chocolate. ♪that little reward for all the things you do.♪ only from ghirardelli. thrget 3 yearsgiving weekend, interest-free financing and save up to $600 on beautyrest and posturepedic. even get 3 years interest-free financing on serta icomfort and tempur-pedic. mattress price wars ends sunday at sleep train. "dallas." after the man after the man behind "j-r e" passed away. yesterday, fans left flowert larry hagman's star . >>> new changes for the remake of dallas after the man behind j.r. ewing passed away. fans left flowers on the "hol
of news to cover. super majority in sacramento. what does it mean for the republican party? we are sitting down with chairman of the republican party to talk about the future. >> yet, when it comes to california and the rest of the nation. we've got a lot coming up. also, our conversation with senator mark leno about the brand-new power. >> and we sit down with leader willie brown and say, okay, future of nancy pelosi. she did reclaim the house. is she staying on in washington customer. >> a lot coming up, but the weather forecast is cold. even colder than what we saw yesterday at this time. frost advisory. >> there are frost advisories posted as well. they were listed at 8:00, but it is chilly up there. temperatures range from 56 degrees to 63. it's on the chilly side for the bay area finance on time. a very nice sunday. we will have the entire forecast in a few minutes. >> thank you. california democrats in powerful positions they have been in decades after tuesday's election. >> is a super majority enabling them to pass tax increases without a single republican vote. republicans held th
reporter was watching it live in sacramento. hi, lyanne? hi, lyanne. >> hi. i am actually hearing here that proposition 30 for the first time this evening is slightly ahead. but people realize here that we can be here for awhile because the race is as you indicated very close, and it is early in the evening. the results are still coming in. governor brown has still not shown up here. he is waiting and of course everybody wants to hear from him. but earlier, there was a minute thee valley with education leaders and with lawmakers who supported proposition 30. for example, one was a senate president. let's hear from him. >> tonight is the end of one difficult chapter. in california's history in the beginning of a new and better chapter where we reinvest in people we say education matters and we stand for california. thank you, thank you very much. >> so the state superintendent , talk about somebody who is very anxious to inned foo the results results -- to find the results of this proposition. he also told me if this pleasure pleasure -- this measure does not pass, be sure that several
to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. vote yes on thirty-eight. >>> an elementary school principal was found guilty today of failing to report possible child abuse by a teacher. matt keller is live now in san jose to explain how one juror felt the responsibility went beyond just the principal. matt? >> reporter: we've been covering this story for months, today, the trial ended inside this courthouse with a guilty verdict. stood and listened as a guilty verdict was read for failing 30 report possible child abuse. eventually, she sat down and wiped tears from her eyes. >> we needed to be able to send a message that their obligation is to report, not to investigate. >> reporter: prosecutors say a student in east san jose went with her mother to the then principal to report suspicious activity about craig chandler. they say instead of going to the police, the principal spoke with district officials in chanldz letter about the vex
not be able to use their carpenter means of funding unions would still have influence in sacramento. >> unions can not give the money directly to political campaigns but they still can form their packs, that is what they are not telling you. they still have the ability to make contributions to campaigns. >> opponents say if prop 32 passes they will challenge it in court. in the news room, cbs 5. >> i am not ready to give up on the fight and i hope you aren't either, new hampshire. i hope you aren't either. >> irneed iowa so -- i need iowa so i can win the white house and take back america. >> reporter: they are pulling out all of the stops in the final hours of the long campaign. they are appealing to voters but couldn'ting on the vote. the winner will need 270 and the associated press shows president barack obama with an edge but there are 83 votes in six states that could go to earth candidate. they are the so-called swing states. it is in these six states where they are focused this weekend ark long with the runningmates and their wives. both campaigns realizing it will be close. danielle
shopper in sacramento to get violent and why some say more needed to be done to keep shoppers safe. >>> workers at walmart stores in the bay area walked off the job before the holiday rush. it's part of a nation-wide protest. in san leandro the community joined them. they want the company to pay better wages. >> i they are paid to do a job. if they want more, get a different job. that's what the job pays. that's what it is. >> protestors are expected to be at several bay area walmart stores throughout the day handing out fliers to shoppers. picketers are also planning to protest outside of sam club stores. >>> ? over night new -- in overnight news gunfire erupted at a nightclub. around 12:45 this morning marin county authorities received calls of shots fired. the fight started inside the club when it spilled into the parking lot the gunfire started. two people were hit and taken to marin general hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. >> we basically were able to lock down the entire parking lot. it was fortunate enough there was only a few areas out of the parking lot. we were
that governor brown campaigned very hard for. lee ann is live in sacramento she's following this at the yes on 30 headquarters. >>reporter: that's right. this is a proposition that i think everyone in california is watching at the moment. supporters of proposition 30 gathered here at the sheraton hotel in sacramento. waiting for those final results. the mood i have to say is very festive so far. governor brown is not expected to arrive i'm told for at least another hour. i heard one volunteer say we believe we are finally here. it's over. it has been a long costly campaign. a lot of hard work by a lot of volunteers and supporters. prop 30 again is of referred to as governor rescue plan which of course raises taxes to avoid those so-called trigger cuts and it has been slipping or had been slipping in the polls in the last several weeks but again you had the undecided voters and when i talked to the governor last night he said he wasn't at all concerned. he was sure he was going to win and we'll just have to see right now. live in sacramento, abc 7 news. >> thanks very much. >> anothe
. they feel like what is going on in sacramento is not affected what the people think, it is what the unions and special interests think, people don't bother to come and vote because their vote does not count. the main thing that i would dow if i were in the legislature is push for a part time legislature. i think that one of the problems that we have is that the legislators like senator leno who started out as a small businessman and knew what it was like to be in that position, they gradually lose that in vying to get reelection. >> 40 other states have part time and i think that california needs to look at that as well. >> thank you. >> i am going back to questions about the current state propositions. proposition 37, seeks to require labeling on foods, containing genetically modified ingredients when the food, raw or processed are offered to sale to consumers in california, what is your position on this miss dillan? >> i think that it is a good idea in principle and i think that it is a good idea that the market is amplely equipped to take care of my husband and i personally shop and loo
't be 47th in anything. proposition 38 bypasses sacramento, and makes education a real priority- with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... because it makes our children #1. >>> the long super long lines for gas in new jersey because of super storm sandy are about to get shorter. governor chris christie today ordered odd, even gas rationing tomorrow in new jersey. more than half of the state's gas stations closed because of the power outages or because they had no gas. as you can imagine waiting in those long lines sometimes for hours has frayed a lot of nerves. >> more help is on the way for the northeast tonight. dozens of pg & i workers have headed to long island. one worker said he's glad for help because some day california may need a favor in return. john fowler reports on the add -- additional groups in california and what they will find. >> reporter: 50 workers flew out today, 50 more
ateen in sacramento county. deputies say the double shooting happened at an apartment in sacramento's arden neighborhood around 1:30 this morning. witnesses say just before the shooting the two victims were asking someone to leave that party. >> basically they had a friend over and the friend was getting rowdy, and they told him to take him outside to calm him down and he pulled out a gun. >> late this afternoon sacramento sheriff's deputies say reports led them to arrest 30-year-old on suspension of measure. >> the deadline is just two hours away. representatives from raley's grocery store and the employee's union is trying to avoid the first strike in the company's 77-year history. noelle walker. >> reporter: ken, it's really getting down to the wire. representatives from the employee's union and raley's representatives are meeting with a mediator at the westin hotel in downtown san francisco. if there is no contract agreement by midnight, the employees could strike the weiderholt stocked up on groceries. if they went on strike you won't shop here? >> not at all. we would go s
billion in what would have been drastic budget cuts. democrats have a super majority in sacramento that would allow them to increase more taxes without going back to the voters. nannette miranda is in sacramento with the story. >> reporter: in a surprise, they handed the democratic party super majorities in both legislative houses. first simultaneous super majority since 1933. that means democrats have the two-thirds vote necessary not only to raise taxes but also override gubernatorial vetoes. the new numbers worry republicans which won't have much say in major policy. >> in a super majority, they have a lot of power. typically when you have too much power you can go awry. >> darrell steinberg says raising taxes is not in the >> identity i'm not going to suggested with our new powers is go out and seek and raise more taxes. >> reporter: but at the same time he says it's time to bring back programs that have suffered in billions of dollars in in budget cuts over the years. >> we will take the opportunity to fight for and restore some of the worst of the worst cuts. >> californians
at school. he was a victim of bullying in sacramento, california. these kinds of summits are interesting it me because i'm boots on the ground. i am in the trenches every single day and i live in sacramento so i'm at the capitol and we use the word bullying which softens the behavior. this is abuse. it is peer abuse. and our children are crying for help. and the adults who are charged with their well-being turn a blind and deaf ear to it and here's my comment. there are no consequences for failure to comply. nothing with teeth. and i have a dead child who broke under horrendous circumstances where in one of the best schools in sacramento, meraloma, breaks every record going. it is the best. and my son was perceived to be gay and the idea that you could scream out every horrendous word in front of god and everyone and no one did anything, and michael followed policy to a t tomorrow is his birthday. i should be celebrating his 21st birthday. instead, my husband and i, we mourn 4 years. we are no further along. none of our laws, they are not working. this is great. but as a par
and we decided that we would call it seth's law in honor of her, she had been in and around sacramento for a long time. so the legislation in and of itself, i don't think it's going to work miracles, but it is definitely on people's radar now and i think you hear it in the media more and more. the reason we have a suicide barrier and the reason we are having legislation like this is because of the parents and the families because they are the ones that hurt the most and i would imagine part of the therapeutic thing, you've got to tell this story and telling it in the right place and the right time can be very effective. so seth's law does require that if you witness an act of bullying, that you must report it. >> is that for anybody? >> anyone, but particularly teachers. there is a -- sometimes we see things that aren't very pleasant and if you've ever taken it to muni, you know what i mean. your tendency is to turn away. i heard the word faggot on the play ground when i taught. the teachers were intimidated, they didn't want to be seen to have any empathy because that might refle
as he arrived at sacramento international airport. his mother says he wanted to wear his army uniform but hasn't been issued boots that will accommodate his damaged leg. >> it's amazing. we have never seen a show of love. i don't know. i'm a big crybaby right now. >> dan: you can understand why. the corporal is only home for a week. then it's back to texas to continue physical therapy for up to two years. he and four other soldiers were wounded july 3rd when a man wearing an afghan army uniform opened fire. >>> tomorrow's the big day. you may be cooking at home. safety information about cooking turkey. deep frying a bird is one of leading reasons that firefighters respond to a fire on thanksgiving day. that is what can happen. firefighters say the most important step is to make sure that your turkey is thawed. if there is a fire call 91 immediately. don't try to put it out. you can't use water because the oil. make sure it's not frozen and make sure you leave plenty of room once you put the turkey in to allow the water to rise. in san francisco it took seven hours to restore power to
. >>> a tense stand-off at a home in sacramento county where an animal control officer was shot and killed this morning. police have surrounded that home ug20 miles south of the state capitol. a 65-year-old man was evicted when an animal control officer arrived to remove some pets, he was shot and killed. they have had two brief phone conversations with the gunman who is now barricaded inside the home. >>> a judge ordered a fair field man to stand trial for the murder of a police officer. 39 henry smith is charged with murder and several special circumstance allegations that could result in the death penalty if he's convicted. vallejo police officer james kapoo was gunned down. >>> three sheriff's deputies have been cleared of any wrong doing for shooting at a man who opened fire in a quarry in cooper teeno. he shot himself and killed three co workers and injuring six more. prosecutors say that deputies will not face criminal charges. >>> police chase through the streets of oakland ended with a crash. it ended at park avenue shortly after 4:00 today. police say minutes earlier two officers
in sacramento. what does that mean for the state? >> remember the superman movie where gene hackman's plan was to push california into the seats. you have to wonder that democrats aren't the lex luther for california's future and they have raised highest rates past marginal rates, 13.3%, jerry brown did that by threatening to dramatically cut funding from school, as a result of. a lot of young voters who came out to vote for this because they were worried, but the business climate in california just terrible and now, as you said, the first time ever they're going to have the super majority they need to raise taxes further and they don't need to go to the ballot anymore. and i think that bodes very ill for california. >> colin, what other initiatives did you think were significant? >> well, you know, some of the other initiatives that were interesting were the ones about gay marriage. >> yeah. >> and obviously, you know, these initiatives, i think, are going to be important, especially because the supreme court is going to be looking at considering the constitutionality of the defense of ma
is in sacramento with the story. >> reporter: after a legal battle that almost ended up at the u.s. supreme court, the arizona-based americans for responsible leadership finally revealed who gave them that mystery their 11 million campaign contribution. >> they disclosed, an intermediary, the largest instance of money laundering in california history. >> reporter: in a letter, the money came from americans for job security, which funneled it to yet another nonprofit, center to protect patient right, before sending it to arl, arl sent it to the small business action committee pac in california, to use against governor brown's tax measure for schools, proposition 30, to win approval for proposition 32, which aims to curtail labor unions' political power. one of the groups is tied to david and charles koch, the billionaire brothers who are financing anti-obama ads in swing states and banke rolling tea party candidates. >> these are two individuals worth over $3 or $4 billion, who have promised to spend $200 to $300 million on conservative candidates with pacs and nonprofits. >> reporter: they hope v
a contract deal. workers rallied in sacramento yesterday. they say they are fighting for retiree health care. if a strike happens, 32 bay area stores would be affected. it would be the first strike in the supermarket chain's 80-year history. >>> in the world of "star wars," r2d2 may help children learn to read. earlier this week, lucas sold his company to disney for $4 billion. a representative for lucasfilm says the foundation will support charities that focus and revolve around education. >>> cal will host its first friday night football game at memorial stadium. the city of berkeley is telling people to take public transit. several streets will be closed as of 3:00 today. the same closures during saturday's game. most people are on the road overall. there will be free shuttles from the rock bridge b.a.r.t. station. cal is playing the washington huskies. >>> the oakland raiders asking fans to help the team and help themselves. the team needs to sell 85% of its tickets of home games to ensure there is no tv blackout. the team is more than 10,000 tickets short of the goal this morning. the n
but not bad. 72 in sacramento. 65 yosemite and 67 in lake tahoe. if you plan to travel around the bay today you will find sunshine and not bad temperatures 69 degrees in san jose, 70 morgan hill about 62 degrees in pacifica. and as you head toward the east bay 60s and low 70s this afternoon inside the bay a little cooler but the temperatures are fairly mild in san francisco at 64. 67 degrees in oakland. about 70 in santa rose. and 61 cool in daly city. the next couple of days we are going to be in for a banner weekend. lots of sunshine coming our way and very nice weather. in fact these temperatures warming up into the 80s in the hottest spots by sunday afternoon in the valleys maybe even some mid-80s by monday and tuesday. then we'll start to cool down wednesday and thursday. by the way, this is one of my favorite weekends of the year. daylight saving and that means we get to roll those clocks back an hour and get an extra hour of sleep. don't forget to change the batteries in your smoke alarms. >> we are going to call you a scientist but you are certainly not an engineers because air "kar
in anything. proposition 38 bypasses sacramento, and makes education a real priority- with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learning in every classroom. so we can stay 47th... or we can choose proposition 38. i'm voting yes on 38... because it makes our children #1. >>> family of a man that was electrocuted by a fallen line is suing pg&e. the lawsuit filed wednesday says paramedic couldn't immediately help him because pgi didn't turn off the high voltage current fast enough. >>> a democrat is -- it plans to sell the press democrat and its affiliated publications to a recently formed company called is an nome media. the halifax company says the sale of the publications makes geographic sense. earlier this year, halifax punched the press democrat that -- purchased the pretty press democrat. >>> a shoe sign operator in san francisco is back in business tonight after rowdy crowds destroyed his stand following the giants world series win. we are live with who offered the helping hand. alex? >> reporter: five days a
billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. someone tried to break intor house in the middle of the . it >>> a piedmont woman took matters who her own hands after someone tried to break into her house in the middle of the day. it's the second time that thieves in the last nine days have targeted her house. two crook said rang her -- crooks rain her door bell several times. they broke a window when she didn't open the door. that's when she grabbed a bat. >> it had happened a week ago. and so she was like oh no, they are not doing this again. she was in her bath robe and grabbed this bat and chased up the stairs and swapped it into their trunk. >> swapped. the suspects drove off in a sedan with nevada plates. >>> she was sitting on a gold mine and didn't even know it. today a californiaground mother who lams -- grandmother who almost missed her chance to cash in on a fortune came forward. the lucky winner is $23 million richer. >> reporter: with tears in her eyes julie severa arri
musica de banda sinaloense, "chuy lizarraga", se presento en sacramento en donde aprovecho para promocionar . >>> se presento en sacramento y se molesto al ser cuestionado de un tema en particular . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> no sólo a està presentación llego de buen humor también a la entrevista que realizamos . >>> como fue ? . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> (♪ ♪) . >>> es que este costeño està de estreno con el disco de mudanza a la luna producción con temas de su amigo espinoza paz que se retiro por twitter , cuando le preguntamos sobre espinoza paz cambio de humor . >>> ya lo dije , se me hace perder tiempo , es algo ,que le busquen otro tema , por que es algo que hagas publicidad de lo tuyo y te pregunten por espinoza paz . >>> cuando hablo de las chicas de los horoscopos cuando grabaron la canción . >>> nos encontramos en una premiacion ,,y les gusto lo que hacia me mandaron la canción y ahí empezamos , primero , no me gusto la rola , por que no me defiendo nada ,antes de despedirse , dijo . >>> " ya no me pregunten de espinoza ". >>> como todos los sabado
brown is expected to hit a number of cities, including sacramento, san diego and san francisco. there is a rally this afternoon at 4:30. teachers plan to go to support him. reporting live, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >>> one of the most controversial decisions is prop 34. that is the measure to repeal the death penalty. voters don't know much about it and focusing more on tax increases and nationwide elections. on the recent poll, prop 30 slightly ahead. there is still a long list of undecided. >> it is so important that the decisions are below the radar because because, in fact, so many decisions are put forward at once. >> supporters of prop 34 argue that getting rid of the death penalty would save the state more than $100 million. california has 728 inmates on death row, more than any other state and only 13 have been executed over the last 34 years. prop 34 opponewpponents say the to stream line. >>> the oakland race is turning to a legal fight. council member jane bruner announcing yesterday she will sue opponent barbara parker for a mailer. the campaign piece which
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. >>> governor brown is talk now so let's go to that sacramento news conference. >> people said you shouldn't go to the people, and get their views in a statewide vote about whether or not to raise taxes. i made a pledge when i ran for governor, two years ago, that i would number one, tell the truth. no more smoke and mirrors operate budget, level with people. seek a vote of the people before any new taxes. and thirdly, bring government closer to the people. last night, that path forward vindicated my confidence in the -- that the people of california can make sound judgments in the context of tens of thousands of fewer teachers, massive cuts in public education, thousands of courses in community colleges, eliminated. redevelopment eliminated, cutbacks. there's been a real effort at paring back state government. in that context, of three in cuts, i see why people -- of three dollars in cuts i see why people voted. it is a balanced plan, sustainable and i continue tend to do whatever i can in the next two years to make sure we meet the high expectations that the majority of californians, expresse
students walked out of class and rallied calling on sacramento to make good on their promise -- university of california at berkeley students walked out of class and rallied calling on sacramento to make good on their promise. >> reporter: that cold weather may have detoured students from campus off. they said they wanted to make sure they knew their commitment to keeping education affordable for all. >> reporter: university of california at berkeley was the scene of a noisy, but peaceful student walk out and rally. protesters want the university to reduce tuition and halt increases, now that prop 30, a tax increase to fund schools passed. he is a grad student who says despite the win, some tuition for grad programs may still increase. >> most important, you have to show we won't accept it. we have to get on the streets and demonstrate here we are. >> reporter: university officials say prop 30 funds will stave $250 million in cuts that could have come. protesters today say they want to use the momentum from the win for education and to fight further fee hikes. last year during demonstratio
started but it was a mess. >> the only way to really stop that is sacramento has to do something so you can board the bus and make arrests and send message to the bus companies. the problem is they drop down the street and we don't know -- or club people don't know whether or not they actually came from a bus. maybe a whole bunch people walking up the street getting in line. of course the responsible thing is not to let them in because they are intoxicated. what happens they're not going to leave the friend out on the street by themselves and the bus took off. it's a major problem state wide. i don't know what we could do on the local level. if the police can get the name of the problem bus and there are the same people that bring the bus transportation to broadway and oak and they just collect the money and they don't care. the drivers -- now, with the new legislation all it is to make sure no one is under 21 drinking, but other than that there is still no security -- police can't board and it's still a problem that sacramento has to deal with. >> one thing to remember with the pa
in this tough negotiation. back to you. >> in sacramento tonight, about a dozen workers began pickits the host hetsz -- picket the hostess plant. cuts wages by 8%. they are saying it could lead to layoffs. they employ threepeople. >>> a powerful -- 300 people. >>> a powerful aftershock. this quake was centered off shore 19 miles southwest of temerico. it comes days after the 7 passport 4 that killed 48 people and left thousands more homeless. it was the strongest earthquake to hit guatemala since 1976. >>> it has been almost two weeks since hurricane sandy slammed into the atlantic coast. 120,000 homes and businesses are in the dark. the majority of them, estimated 100,000 people are on long is land. 19 -- long island. 17,000 are without power between new york and new jersey. on this day in celebrations in places that look like war zones. >> reporter: new york's veteran's day parade was a absolute to the recovery from sandy, at least in manhattan. >> i feel like i am back in vietnam. >> reporter: but 14 miles away in brooklyn, veteran danny smith walked to a gas line to wait for an hour for
that would cut wages by 8%. workers in oakland and sacramento are among those who walked off the job. hostess says products are still being made and shipped for now. the company employs 1800 workers in california. hostess filed for bankruptcy in january. >>> president obama inviting business and labor leaders to the white house this week or talks on the so-called fiscal cliff. nancy pelosi in san francisco for a veterans day event yesterday is returning to capitol hill to push a deal backed by the president to avoid that fiscal cliff with tax hikes on wealthier households, republicans have already started digging in. >> it will slow down our ability to create the jobs that everyone says they want. >> we have a deficit we have to deal with. we have to do it with growth, creation of job, cuts, we all know that. also with revenue. >> if a deal with congress is not reached by year's end scheduled budget cuts will be imposed. 400,000 government jobs tied to defense could be slashed. another 400,000 other jobs would be he ed. taxes will go up on everyone -- will be eliminated. tax will go up on eve
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